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AESDDoS Botnet Malware Infiltrates Containers Via Exposed Docker APIs
14th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
By David Fiser, Jakub Urbanec and Jaromir Horejsi Misconfiguration is not novel. However, cybercriminals still find that it is an effective way to get their hands on organizations’ computing resources to use for malicious purposes and...
Advanced Targeted Attack Tools Found Being Used To Distribute Cryptocurrency Miners
13th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
We recently came across evidence of a large-scale cybercrime activity that appears to combine targeted attack tools and regular cybercrime: The attackers distribute typical malware such as cryptocurrency miners and ransomware by making...
Outlaw Hacking Group’s Botnet Observed Spreading Miner, Perl-Based Backdoor
13th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
One of our honeypots detected a URL spreading a botnet with a Monero miner bundled with a Perl-based backdoor component. The routine caught our attention as the techniques employed are reminiscent as those used in the Outlaw hacking group’s...
Felipe, A New Infostealer Trojan
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from Zscaler
The Zscaler ThreatLabZ team came across a new strain of infostealer Trojan called Felipe, which silently installs itself onto a user’s system and connects to a command-and-control (CC) server to send system information from the compromised...
Spain’s Top Soccer League Fined Over Its App’s ‘tactics’
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from ESET Research
La Liga says that it will continue to test new technologies in its fight against unlicensed broadcasts of soccer games in public venues The post Spain’s top soccer league fined over its app’s ‘tactics’ appeared first on...
Ensuring Security Of Your Microsoft Teams Apps With Microsoft Cloud App Security
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from Microsoft
The app certification program provides a public cloud app risk assessment catalog and allows partners to provide the latest information about their apps’ security. The post Ensuring security of your Microsoft Teams apps with Microsoft...
Microsoft Patch Tuesday, June 2019 Edition
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Microsoft on Tuesday released updates to fix 88 security vulnerabilities in its Windows operating systems and related software. The most dangerous of these include four flaws for which there is already exploit code available. Theres also...
Shifting Tactics: Breaking Down TA505 Group’s Use Of HTML, RATs And Other Techniques In Latest Campaigns
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
In TA505 groups latest campaign, they started using HTML attachments to deliver malicious .XLS files that lead to downloader and backdoor FlawedAmmyy, mostly to target users in South Korea. We also touch on the latest TA505 developments,...
Why Cybercriminals Are Eyeing Smart Buildings
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from ESET Research
A recent talk by ESETs Global Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe looks at the key security challenges facing intelligent buildings The post Why cybercriminals are eyeing smart buildings appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
June’s Patch Tuesday Fixes 88 Security Flaws, Including SandboxEscaper’s Zero Days, HoloLens
12th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday announced the release of 88 vulnerability patches in this month’s security bulletin, as well as four advisories and one servicing stack update. Four of the critical patches included in the release are...
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